Adult Romance · Billionaire Romance

The Billionaire’s Secret Heart by Ivy Layne

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Josephine:

It was the worst blind date in the history of the universe, until Holden Winters swept in and rescued me. 

Are you kidding? Holden Winters? 

A scion of the notorious Winters family, Holden is gorgeous, wealthy, and brilliant. He dates socialites and pop stars, not computer science grad students more comfortable in a hoodie than couture. 

Our night together was a fantasy…and a huge mistake. 

Holden:

I don’t usually steal other guy’s dates. I don’t have to. A look is all it takes, and the women fall over themselves to get to me. Then I saw Josephine, sitting with her dweeb of a date, just waiting for a man who could appreciate her lush curves and sharp brain. When she ghosted on me, I shouldn’t have been so shocked, but women never walk away from me. Josephine thought she could call the shots – she didn’t realize that a Winters man always gets what he wants. And I wanted her. 


THOUGHTS

~ What I Liked About the Book ~

This was a really short read, but I enjoyed every moment of it. The story was sweet and simple, and the characters were endearing. I loved the relationship between Holden and Josephine even though it was unrealistic. Emily and Tate also seemed like they would make an interesting couple. I’m looking forward to their story in the next book.

~ What I Didn’t Like About the Book ~

Sadly, this book lacked depth. Because it was exceedingly short, not much happened in the way of character development. This book could have been so much better if it were fleshed out more. I would have liked to get to know the characters better. This book read like an extended short story. It wasn’t a bad story; it was just lacking.

VERDICT

🌷🌷🌷

The Billionaire’s Secret Heart is a good choice for those who are looking for a quick romance fix.

LINKS

Amazon | Goodreads

For a complete list of my book reviews, click here.

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